Welcome back to another Community Roundup, everyone! We saw quite a number of tweets this week, as well as three amazing articles — let's see what's been going on!
Articles of the week
Our first article of the week comes from Ryoya Kawai, who wrote about his experiences with Bitrise and Android UI testing (in Japanese). Thanks for putting this together, Ryoya!
Next up, we have an article from Moataz Nabil, who submitted a piece titled “Run Robo Test on Bitrise and Firebase Test Lab” to our Writers' Program. Amazing job, Moataz — thanks for submitting this!
Last but not least, we saw an article (in Japanese) from Asmz about the way they do CI/CD for their iOS projects at VideoMarket, including a detailed walkthrough of how they use Bitrise. Thanks for the work you put into this, Asmz.
Tweets of the week
Our first tweet of the week comes from Ryoya Kawai, who shared a snapshot of the little recruitment message we have in our HTML code — we’re glad you think it’s a nice touch, Ryoya. Thanks for the tweet!
Our next tweet comes from Hokila Jan, who shared his thoughts about the community roundup, and talked about how much it inspires people to write. We’re always happy to hear that we can be an inspiration to people — thanks, Hokila.
Next up, we have a tweet from Wada811, who shared how easy it is to see real improvement in CI when using Bitrise. Thanks for the kind words, Wada811!
Our next one comes from Monkuma, who posted a nice picture of a swag package he got from us not so long ago. Kyle Newsome and Brian Manning also reacted to his post — naturally, with admiration for the socks. Stay tuned, folks — maybe it'll be you who'll be posting the next sock pictures. 😉
Next, we have a tweet from Daisuke, with a simple but powerful message about switching over to Bitrise: goodbye to other solutions, hello to Bitrise! We’re glad to have you on board, Daisuke. Happy building!
Next up, another great swag picture, this time, from Yuya Kitano. We're glad you like it all — hope you'll enjoy using them, Yuya!
Our next tweet comes from Ken Müller, who shared how great their “CI/CD is buzzing with Bitrise”. It’s always nice to hear how much we can help our users, Ken — cheers!
We also saw two tweets from Nnsnodnb: one about a random but joyful occurrence he had with a Bitrise ad, and one about our stickers and t-shirts that he finally had the chance to get. It warms our hearts to see that we can bring this kind of joy to our users. Thanks for sharing these, Yuya!
Next up, we have a tweet from BH Jesse in the form of a recommendation to Alex Rodionov, who was looking for a CI solution for testing macOS apps. Thanks for the shoutout — hope you give us a go as well! 🚀
Next up, we have a tweet from Tanibeta, who tweeted about the Japanese blog campaign we have going on, similar to our Writers Program — in fact, we are more than happy to see all the people undertaking the blog campaign in the program, with the possibility of some extra rewards. 🎁
Last but not least, we have a one-of-a-kind tweet from Marcus Kida. It always catches our eye when someone shares how Bitrise is changing the way they work, and Marcus’ way of describing what Bitrise does for him is rewarding for us beyond measure. Thank you for sharing this, Marcus — we hope we can help you out for many more years to come.
That’s it for this week’s roundup, everyone. If you have any great experiences or stories about using Bitrise, or would just love to share the progress you’re making on your current project with us, don't forget to do so on social media, or submit an article to our Writers' Program, and you might see yourself in our next set of highlights. Until then — happy building!